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The DBX is Aston's debut SUV in its more than 100-year history, an attempt to capture global markets like India, the Middle East, the United States, and China, which are profoundly linked to the concept of Big Vehicle Status. It's also an attempt to create a usable, daily Aston.
In January 2021, the Aston Martin DBX was introduced to the Indian market. The DBX is equipped with a Mercedes-sourced V8 engine with a 9-speed automatic transmission. The Aston Martin SUV is over 5 metres in length, making it somewhat longer than the Porsche Cayenne but shorter than the Bentley Bentayga. It boasts 190mm of ground clearance and gets an adjustable air suspension that can raise the ride height by upto 50 mm. The DBX is built on a brand-new bonded aluminium platform created particularly for it. It is around 2.2 tonnes in weight.
While the DBX's face is characteristically Aston, with the massive 'DB' grille taking up centre stage, the 22-inch alloys, smooth flowing lines, and frameless doors give it some much-needed dynamism. The roof-mounted spoiler, beautifully designed signature LED tail lights, characteristic ducktail-style boot lid spoiler, and massive, dual exhausts built into the bumper will catch your eye from the back.
The Aston Martin DBX is powered by a 4.0 litre (3982 cc) bi-turbo V8 engine that churns out 542 bhp of max power, while peak torque is 700 Nm.
The DBX is offered only in petrol fuel type.
The engine on the DBX comes mated to a nine-speed automatic gearbox.
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The Aston Martin DBX, which debuted in 2021, is the iconic British sports car manufacturer's first venture into SUV terrain and its first venture into luxury family mobility. The brand popularly retarded for providing James Bond with wheels is now attempting to cash in on the burgeoning crossover sector, which has already enticed renowned rivals like Lamborghini with its crazy Urus SUV. While the DBX lacks the Lambo's flamboyant style, it nonetheless manages to be beautiful in its own right. It also has the same excitement and elegance that Aston Martin is famed for when it comes to driving.
Recently, Aston Martin unveiled its next flagship model, the DBX 707. The Aston Martin DBX 707 is a performance-spec variant of the regular SUV. It has a slew of technical modifications that make it the most potent luxury SUV on the market. Powering The 707 is a 707 hp 4.0-litre V8 AMG engine.
The Aston Martin DBX is only available in top of the line V8 trim. It is available in 9 different colours - Top features on the Aston Martin DBX include bi-LED headlamps, full-grain Bridge of Weir leather, air suspension, 10.25-inch screen, 12.3-inch digital dials, a 64-colour ambient lighting, an 800W sound system, panoramic glass roof, three-zone climate control and powered front seats. Front and rear seat ventilation are available as options too.
Key safety features on the DBX include eight airbags, ABS, ESC, Isofix Child seats, 360-degree parking camera, lane keep assist, and adaptive cruise control are available as options.
The Aston Martin DBX is priced at Rs 3.82 crore (ex-showroom).
The Aston Martin DBX competes with other luxury performance SUVs in the Indian market, such as the Lamborghini Urus, Audi RS Q8, Rolls Royce Cullinan, and the Bentley Bentagya.
The cabin is deliciously designed. Quality feels top-notch - every surface is finished in the high-grade hide, from the speaker covers to the roof liner, and, for the first time, even the roller blind for the glass roof is done in Alcantara.
The contoured seats of the DBX keep you tight, and the driving posture is ideal.
The bi-turbo engine from Mercedes-Benz is a true powerhouse that has been incredibly modified for the DBX.
Thanks to a comprehensive variety of drive modes, the DBX's chassis displayed a wide range of personalities, ranging from smooth and comfortable to quick and energetic.
The DBX's braking is solid, and Aston Martin claims it will stop as rapidly as the DBS Superleggera.
The DBX has enough ground clearance to tackle most Indian road conditions. Plus, there's an option to boost ride height by 45mm.
The Lamborghini URUS looks more aggressive and flamboyant on the outside.
The URUS offers more intense acceleration and straight-line performance.
The 10.25-inch centre screen appears to be out of date. It looks like it should be a touchscreen, but it isn't.
They are priced on the expensive side.
Don't let the DBX's SUV shape fool you; the DBX is infused with the British company's racy DNA. And the DBX isn't just another gorgeous face; it's the Aston designed specifically for Indian roads, and with features like adjustable ride height and descent control, you can take it offroad occasionally as well. The DBX also includes a luxurious interior that may be fully modified. The rear seats are spacious and comfortable; however, they are only suitable for two people. The motorised tailgate of the DBX opens to reveal a 632-litre cargo compartment. Mercedes' twin-turbo V-8 engine sounds fantastic in the DBX. With its precise and balanced handling around the twisties, the DBX destroys the competition. Switch the drive control knob to 'GT' when you're feeling less lively, and the DBX transforms into an effortless long-distance vehicle.
A 4.0-litre dual-turbo V8 engine powers the DBX. Now, as great as 550 horsepower, 700 Nm, 0-100 kph in 4.5 seconds, they aren't best-in-class stats in the world of ultimate SUVs. But don't get caught up in the figures; the DBX is an incredibly enjoyable SUV on the road. While the DBX is primarily rear-wheel drive, it gets a central transfer case that transmits torque to the front axle when it detects rear-wheel slippage, and a limited-slip rear differential is also included. Air springs and adaptive dampers are also standard. The DBX showcases the engine's passionate tone and the transmission's subtle operation as you accelerate. An SUV that is as fast as a sports car is no longer uncommon, but an SUV is as entertaining as a sports car is. The DBX showcases the engine's passionate tone and subtle operation as you accelerate the transmission. The Aston has agility that you wouldn't expect from a 2.2-tonne SUV. What's the best part? Everything appears to be extremely natural. Unlike many of its competitors, the DBX does not feel like an SUV defying the rules of physics.
The DBX will always be compared to the Lamborghini Urus, the trendsetter of India's super-SUV buyers. The Urus is more dramatic, aggressive, and flashy, and it could cost you less in base trim, but here's the thing: the DBX is a captivating SUV as well. It's a subtle take on the super SUV that entices you in with its gorgeous look and handcrafted interior before winning you over with thrilling driving dynamics. The exclusivity that Aston Martin provides is also very important.
Body Type SUV
Fuel Type Diesel
Fuel Tank Capacity
Engine Displacement (cc) 5204